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KCR says TRS loss will be people’s loss. Do you agree?

KCR says TRS loss will be people’s loss. Do you agree?
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There is a mixed reaction to the question from the readers Some respondents felt that KCRs warning reflected his arrogance, but majority felt that if...

There is a mixed reaction to the question from the readers. Some respondents felt that KCR’s warning reflected his arrogance, but majority felt that if Kutami is elected to power, there will be a big question mark on irrigation projects. A section of respondents specifically pointed out that AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, who tried to stall the irrigation projects, may influence the decision of coalition government which will be formed if Kutami is elected.


I don’t agree with TRS president’s comments. Further, K Chandrashekar Rao should explain how his party’s defeat will become a loss for Telangana people. Winning and losing is a common phenomenon in elections, and people very well know whom to choose and whom to discard. A Venkateswara Rao, Kothagudem


The caretaker Chief Minister made the comment in the heat of the moment. The pink party chief is afraid of present political changes happening in the State. Further, the Mahakutami is becoming the strongest alternative to TRS, which he never expected would happen. He should refrain from making such comments. K Nanda, Kothagudem


TRS chief K Chandra shekar Rao’s statement that TRS loss would be people’s loss reflects his arrogance and intolerance. Leaders in top position should not lose their cool under any circumstances. Further, emotional blackmailing will not fetch them any votes. Bari Ramulu, lorry driver, Halia, Nalgonda


Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao is right. If TRS losses, it will be people’s loss. Congress and Telugu Desam ruled the Telangana region for over 60 years in undivided Andhra Pradesh. But they failed to implement schemes like Kalyana Lakshmi, Shaadi Mubarak, Rythu Bandhu, Rythu Bima, Kanti Velugu, KCR Kits and others.Ch Rama Rao, private employee, Adilabad


Experienced leader like KCR should not make such statements. If he wants to expose the true colors of opposition parties and their ruling, he should compare his rule with that of opposition’s with proper facts and figures. TRS loss can never be the loss of Telangana people. Krishnaiah, farmer, Tettakunta village, Tirumalagiri mandal, Nalgonda


Yes, I agree with K Chandrashekar Rao. If, by any chance, Congress comes to power, it will stall all the irrigation projects and development works being taken up in the State. Further, the Telangana region got raw deal under the rule of successive Congress and Telugu Desam governments for all these years. Those days will come back if Congress wins the upcoming Assembly elections. Rakesh, mechanic, Adilabad


No, I don’t agree with KCR’s comment that TRS loss will be people’s loss in the elections. Because when he fought for the separate State, every voter of Telangana supported him. By igniting sentiments during the Statehood agitation, he changed several constituencies for his vested political interests, and prolonged his political sustenance. Even after coming to power in Telangana, he failed to concentrate on people’s agenda. When he did not keep his promises, how can his success and loss will impact the people? No political party’s victory or loss can be a gain or loss for the people. The sentiment is over and the people learnt the lesson. It’s time to teach the leaders a lesson in the forthcoming elections. M Kishore, private employee, Secunderabad


If TRS losses, it would be their loss not people’s. In the last four-and-a-half years rule, K Chandrashekar Rao failed to deliver on key promises like water, jobs and funds, the plank on which the TRS came to power. Telangana people believed in him and supported him cutting across the caste, religion and region. But after assuming power, he neglected those issues. Even, the loans were given to party workers and leaders, but not to common public who supported him. His son, K T Rama Rao, also made several promises during GHMC elections but failed to keep them despite securing 99 of 150 seats. People are not in a position to accept TRS defeat as their own. P Swamy, private employee, Domalguda

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